Kanye West Disses 'Light-Skinned N***a' Drake in Newly Surfaced Track 'Wait for God'
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Kanye laughs at God's sense of humor and quotes his lyrics from 2004's 'The College Dropout' while referring to the Canadian rapper as a 'light-skinned dude with a beard.'

AceShowbiz - Kanye West came after Drake in a newly-surfaced track supposedly titled "Wait for God". Kanye laughed at God for having "a good a** sense of humor" before referring to the Canadian rapper's residence in his Calabasas neighborhood.

"Wait for God" was more like a spoken word instead of a rap song. "I was living my life, spent my tour money on the biggest house in Hills," Kanye said. "He funny though. He gon' move the No. 1 rapper four blocks down the street from me. You funny, God."

"I was going to Denny's the other day," he continued. "I seen a tall light-skinned dude with a beard and s**t. I said, 'That looks like Drake right there.' But he was, like, on a skateboard. I said, 'I know that ain't gonna be Drake on a skateboard.' I was, like, 'Man, I'mma go talk to him right now.' So I pulled and turned the car."

He then quoted lyrics of his own song "School Spirit" from 2004's album "The College Dropout". He laughed, "I said on my first album I'mma make sure light-skinned n****s don't never come back in style."

Kanye West and Drake had a fallout in 2018 after they worked together and Drake confided in Kanye about having a baby boy with former porn star Sophie Brussaux. Drake's longtime rival Pusha T later exposed Drake's secret baby in diss track "The Story of Adidon". Given that Kanye was the producer and the label owner of Pusha's music, Drake assumed Kanye was snitching.

Pusha, however, insisted it wasn't Kanye who leaked the information. He claimed it was Drake's own friend and producer Noah "40" Shebib who was present when Kanye and Drake were working together in Wyoming.

Meanwhile, Kanye responded in tweets. "I told you I ain't tell Pusha about your son," he wrote in one tweet and added in another, "I would never intentionally try to hurt you bro. I never even heard none of the diss records that ain't my MO never did a diss record."

Drake was also less than impressed when Kanye produced "Infrared" where Pusha dissed him for allegedly using ghostwriters. He was additionally angry at Kanye for going back on his word by releasing "Lift Yourself" after previously gifting him the beat.

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